Christian blog on dating
It can be really easy to be motivated to go to church or pray because of a boy.
I’ve never respected a man’s character, ambitions, and heart this much before.
Mutual interests, attraction, and chemistry are important but ultimately, man chasing God is my .
What works is being in public, avoiding time alone with just the two of you, and not putting yourself in temping situations.
I think singles have a tendency to think more highly of their own self-control than they should.
I didn’t plan my life around him but around what I knew God had for me at that moment in my life.
Being guarded and being independent are two different things. But keep a part of you that is completely yours and in due time that independence will foster maturity in you individually and your relationship. I don’t label guys as “christian” or “Non-Christian.” Rarely will you hear me say, “Is he a Christian? Then ask yourself, is the man I am dating going to help me get there?
Falling in love with Jordan was pretty easy because I knew where he stood.I am sure there are a lot of Christians out there that don’t live a life of obedience or a life like God has called us to live. The Bible is pretty clear when it comes to this topic.Instead, I ask myself, is this man chasing after God faster than he is chasing after anything else? This isn’t to say that unbelievers can’t be good people and of course, you never know what plans God has for their lives, but I am saying I’d discourage you from dating someone who isn’t on the same spiritual foundation as you.Photo Credit: Jessica Whitaker There is a lot of hoopla out there on Christian dating advice.Some of it is biblical, some of it is cultural, and other bits of it I don’t know where it actually came from.Initially, this was my way of guarding my heart and focusing my attention on seeking God above all else.